1 edition of Management guidelines for sage grouse and sagebrush ecosystems in Nevada found in the catalog.
Management guidelines for sage grouse and sagebrush ecosystems in Nevada
United States. Bureau of Land Management. Nevada State Office
in Reno, Nev. : United States, Bureau of Land Management, Nevada State Office
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 17-22)
|Contributions||Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||22|
The greater sage grouse inhabits the high plains of the American Northwest, particularly in Wyoming, Nevada, Oregon and Montana. Its existence is intertwined with sagebrush. The Biggest Danger to Sage Grouse. In the Great Basin, it’s clear. Fire and invasive species – primarily cheatgrass -- are the prime threats to greater sage-grouse. Why Sagebrush Matters to Sage Grouse. In the winter, greater sage-grouse feed entirely on sagebrush leaves. Sagebrush also provides protection from the harsh elements.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Newmont Mining Corp. officials signed an agreement Tuesday with the U.S. government and the state of Nevada to protect some of the most critical sage grouse . Working groups and government agen-cies are planning and conducting land actions in sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) habitats to benefit Greater Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) populations. Managers have adopted an umbrella concept, creating habitat characteristics specific to sage-grouse requirements, in the belief that other wildlife species dependent on sagebrush .
In addition the INL is one of the few remaining areas that support abundant populations of sagebrush obligate species such as sage grouse and pygmy rabbits. WCS is working with the U.S. Department of Energy and the S.M. Stoller Corporation to develop a Conservation Management Plan that will provide guidelines for landscape management that are. For example, greater sage‐grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus ; hereafter sage‐grouse), a sagebrush‐obligate species occurring in ecosystems of western North America, have experienced substantial declines in population numbers and significant range contraction since at least the s (Miller et al., ; Schroeder et al., ).
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The sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) ecosystem extends across a large portion of the Western United States, and the greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) is one of the iconic species of this ecosystem. Greater sage-grouse populations occur in 11 States and are dependent on relatively large expanses of sagebrush-dominated habitat.
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by United States. Bureau of Land Management. Full text of "Management guidelines for sage grouse and sagebrush ecosystems in other formats BLM LIBRARY • MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES for SAGE GROUSE and SAGEBRUSH ECOSYSTEMS xooo • in NEVADA • October BLM LIBRARY Introduction These management guidelines and supportive background information promote the conservation of sage grouse.
Nevada Conservation Credit System. Administered by the Sagebrush Ecosystem Technical Team (SETT), the Nevada Conservation Credit System (CCS) is an innovative approach to greater sage-grouse (GRSG) habitat protection that ensures habitat impacts from man-made disturbances are fully compensated by long-term enhancement and protection of habitat that.
Greater Sage-Grouse are an icon of the American West, their booming mating calls at dawn a signature of the great sagebrush sea that covers much of that region.
As the bird's name suggests, it relies on this habitat to survive. As the American West has become more and more urbanized over the last years, Greater Sage-Grouse populations have declined as their. SAGE GROUSE MANAGEMENT Key words Artemisia, Centrocercus urophasianus, guidelines, habitat, management, populations, sage grouse, sagebrush The status of sage grouse populations and habi- tats has been a concern to sportsmen and biologists for >80 years (HornadayPatterson Autenrieth ).
Despite management and. BLM Greater Sage-Grouse Plans. With partners at the state and local levels, the BLM is working to conserve sagebrush habitat – for sage-grouse and other species such as pronghorn, mule deer and golden eagles – while striking a regulatory balance and building greater trust among neighboring interests in Western communities.
Under Nevada’s sagebrush ecosystem conservation program called the Conservation Credit System, Coeur Rochester will provide full funding to preserve and enhance over 3, acres of vital greater.
The GIS shapefiles for the seasonal and composite habitat suitability maps for sage-grouse in Nevada and northeastern California developed by the USGS and the Nevada Sagebrush Ecosystem Program are available here (Coates et al.
The GIS shapefile for the most current Management Category map can be downloaded here. Conservation and restoration of sagebrush ecosystems and sage-grouse: An assessment of USDA Forest Service Science. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR Fort Collins, CO; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, 54 p.
Abstract Sagebrush ecosystems are among the largest and most threatened ecosystems in North. Our objectives were to present an unbiased assessment from an ecological perspective of the current status and the potential factors that influenced the long-term conservation of greater sage-grouse populations and the sage brush ecosystems on which they depend"--Page Conservation status of greater sage-grouse populations -- Population.
These management guidelines and supportive background information promote the conservation of sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) and their sagebrush (Artemisia spp) habitats on Nevada public lands administered by Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
The guidelines are intended to provide interim guidance to field managers, without restricting. Greater sage‐grouse study areas with Sage‐Grouse Management Areas (SGMAs) delineated in Utah, USA, –, where vegetation data were collected to develop habitat guidelines.
Four floristic provinces (i.e., sage‐grouse management zones) intersected Utah's sagebrush landscapes: namely, Snake River Plain, Wyoming Basins, Colorado. Management and. Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation: WAFWA and Lara Niell with the Nevada Department of Wildlife for their assistance throughout the project and Wayne Lewis with Colorado dominated sagebrush ecosystems to exotic annual-dominated systems is well described by Chambers et al.
(a). Habitat and Management SAGE GROUSE MANAGEMENT. Guidelines to manage sage grouse populations and their habitats. John W. Connelly, Michael A. Schroeder, Alan R. Sands, and Clait E. Braun. Abstract The status of sage grouse populations and habitats has been a concern to sportsmen and biologists for >80 years.
Sagebrush Ecosystem Initiative A Win for Colorado’s Sage-Grouse. The Bureau of Land Management removes 4, acres of sage-grouse habitat from its oil and gas lease sale.
Michael Gregg, B.S. Humboldt State University, M.S. (on sage grouse) Oregon state University, Ph.D Candidate (on sage grouse) Oregon State University.
Mike has 15 years experience with sage-grouse and 11 years with the USFWS. He is currently the Land Management and Research Demonstration Biologist for Region 1 and. The sage-grouse, as a sagebrush obligate, is a landscape species requiring broad expanses of diverse habitats associated with sagebrush steppe communities.
This paper attempts to apply the sage-grouse habitat management guidelines in Connelly et al. ( a) to Wyoming using data collected from research conducted in Wyoming where possible. Management Guidelines for Sage Grouse and Sagebrush Ecosystems in Nevada (BLM ) and the WAFWA (Connelly et al.
) guidelines. The South Central Planning Team (SCPT) is comprised of concerned citizens, private property owners, land. Author of Volunteers, Management guidelines for sage grouse and sagebrush ecosystems in Nevada, Final environmental impact statement, Anaconda Nevada moly project, Red Rocks Canyon recreation lands, Looking back, Nevada BLM statistics, Remediation of abandoned mine safety hazards, Mining reclamation.
FOR SAGE-GROUSE CONSERVATION / Matthias Leu and Steven E. Hanser 14 • INFLUENCES OF FREE-ROAMING EQUIDS ON SAGEBRUSH ECOSYSTEMS, WITH A FOCUS ON GREATER SAGE-GROUSE / Erik A. Beever and Cameron L.
Aldridge Part IV • Population Trends and Habitat Relationships 15 • GREATER SAGE-GROUSE POPULATION .and restoration ecology of sagebrush ecosystems and greater sage-grouse that habitat managers and restoration practitioners need to know to make informed decisions regarding where and how to restore specific areas.
We will describe the plant dynamics of sagebrush steppe ecosystems and their responses to major disturbances, fire, and defoliation.This page provides links to all information regarding Sage Grouse Management.